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Working for the National Park Service 2 

General Information About Seasonal Jobs 4 

General Information on How to Apply 5 

Seasonal Positions 6 

National Park Service Regional Offices 15 

National Park System Map 16 

Other Employment Opportunities 20 



Working for the National Park Service 



Since its inception in 1916, the National Park Service has 
been dedicated to the preservation and management of this 
country's outstanding natural, historical, and recreational 
areas. Today the National Park Service encompasses 337 
sites across the United States and in Guam, Puerto Rico, 
and the Virgin Islands. There are parks of great natural 
beauty and grandeur, such as the Grand Canyon and 
Yellowstone; parks that preserve the Nation's cultural and 
historical treasures, such as Mesa Verde, the Statue of 
Liberty, and Gettysburg Battlefield; and parks of significant 
recreational value along seashores, lakeshores, and riverways 
that provide opportunities for outdoor activities and relaxa- 
tion, such as Assateague Island and Lake Mead. The National 
Park Service is a bureau of the U.S. Department of the 
Interior; it should not be confused with the U.S. Forest 
Service, which is a bureau of the U.S. Department of 
Agriculture. 

Each year millions of people from the United States and 
abroad visit these national park areas. To protect park 
resources and to serve the public, the National Park Service 
employs a permanent work force and an essential seasonal 
work force. Besides working in the parks, these employees 
may also work in the National Park Service headquarters in 
Washington, D.C., at any of 10 regional offices located 
around the country, or at two special planning and produc- 
tion centers— the Denver Service Center and Harpers Ferry 
Center. "Seasonals" are hired every year to assist the 
permanent staff at most of these locations, especially during 
peak visitation seasons. The variety of positions available 
may surprise you. Campground rangers, fee collectors, tour 
guides, naturalists, landscape architects, firefighters, labor- 
ers, law enforcement rangers, lifeguards, clerk-typists, car- 
penters, historians— persons are hired for all these seasonal 
jobs and many more. Whatever the job, seasonal employees 
have the opportunity to learn more about the National Park 
Service and its mission and opportunities for permanent 
employment. 

Seasonal jobs are very difficult to get. The number of 
applicants far outnumber the positions available every year, 
particularly at larger well known parks. Some positions are 
filled by experienced seasonal employees who have worked 
previously for the National Park Service. And, Office of 
Personnel Management regulations require that veterans of 
the United States Armed Forces may be given preference 
among applicants. In the summer season, when most sea- 
sonal employees are hired, EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUN- 
ITIES ARE EXTREMELY COMPETITIVE. HOWEVER, 
THERE ARE EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR 
APPLICANTS WHO HAVE QUALIFYING LAW 
ENFORCEMENT EXPERIENCE OR TRAINING. Only 
those applicants who meet the qualification requirements 
and all the conditions of employment described in this 
booklet will receive consideration for seasonal positions. 
Competition is usually less keen at smaller, lesser-known 
parks and for seasonal jobs in the winter season. 



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General Information About Seasonal Job; 



The entry-level grades for seasonal positions in the National 
Park Service ranges from GS-2 to GS-4* Check with any 
federal agency or with the Office of Personnel Management 
for current salary information for these grades. Prevailing 
local wage rates (WG)** govern maintenance positions, such 
as seasonal laborer and skilled trades and crafts positions. 

The standard work week is 40 hours. Overtime may be 
required; additional compensation is provided for extra 
hours worked. Most seasonal positions require irregular 
hours of work, including weekends, holidays, and evenings. 

Most seasonal park rangers and maintenance personnel are 
required to wear the official National Park Service uniform. 
Specific uniform requirements and ordering information are 
contained in the employment package forwarded to success- 
ful applicants. A uniform allowance authorization, which 
partially covers expenses, is issued before entry on duty. 

No positions discussed in this booklet require teams, such as 
husband and wife. However, a few team positions may be 
available. For further information, contact the park area in 
which you desire employment. 

Address specific questions about housing, area living condi- 
tions, and similar matters to the park or office where you 
desire employment. Seasonal employee housing may or may 
not be available. 

Because many seasonal positions require frequent or occa- 
sional strenuous activity, a medical examination may be 
required, at the applicant's expense, before appointment. 

Equal Employment Opportunity You will be considered 
for employment with the National Park Service without 
regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, marital status, 
non-disqualifying handicap, political affiliation, or other 
non-merit factors. However, you must be a United States 
citizen. 



*GS levels indicate the rate of pay for most Federal Government 
positions. The higher the GS number, the higher the hourly wage. 

* WG levels indicate the rate of pay for some Federal Government 
positions, including those of seasonal laborers and seasonal 
skilled trades and crafts personnel. The higher the WG number, 
the higher the hourly wage. GS levels and WG levels are not 
equivalent. WG wages are paid on an hourly basis according to 
prevailing wage rates. 




eral Information on How to Apply 



All applicants for seasonal employment must complete 
required forms and file them at the appropriate office during 
the specified filing period. The forms will be sent to you 
when your letter or telephone inquiry is received. For 
detailed instructions on the correct filing procedures and 
forms, see "Seasonal Positions." You may use photocopies 
of forms for job applications, but all forms— the original 
or copies— must bear your original signature, not a copy of it. 

While most seasonal positions are available in the summer 
season, a few are filled during the winter at some parks, 
including Everglades, Death Valley, Joshua Tree, and the 
Virgin Islands. For information on application and filing 
procedures for winter employment, contact the regional 
office in the geographic area in which you want to work. 
The filing period for winter employment is June 1 through 
(postmarked by) July 15. The Mid-Atlantic, Southeast, Mid- 
west, Southwest, and Western regions include park areas 
with winter season job opportunities. 



If your present address is not your permanent address, list 
both on your application and indicate when you will be at 
each. It is important that you show a telephone number 
where you can be reached. Also, it is essential that you 
indicate: 1) your earliest reporting date and your latest 
departure date; 2) the two types of positions for which you 
are applying; 3) two parks where you desire consideration; 

4) lowest acceptable grade or salary you will accept; and 

5) any particular specialization, such as law enforcement or 
interpretation. Each applicant may be considered for TWO 
SEPARATE PARK AREAS AND FOR TWO TYPES OF 
JOBS IN EACH OF THE TWO PARKS, NATIONWIDE. 



Seasonal Positions 



SEASONAL PARK RANGER 
Grades: GS-2, GS-3, GS-4 



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Duties 

Duties, which vary greatly from position to position, may 
include: providing visitor services, such as interpreting a 
park's natural, historic, or archeological features through 
talks, guided walks, and demonstrations, or working at an 
information desk; planning and implementing resource man- 
agement programs, including fire control; performing search- 
and-rescue activities; law enforcement and providing for the 
public's safety; fee collection; radio dispatching; firefighting; 
lifeguarding; and conservation and restoration activities. 
Most of these positions are filled in the summer season. In 
the National Capital Region (Washington, D.C., area), jobs 
involving visitor information services usually begin before 
June 1. Most history-related jobs are in the Mid-Atlantic, 
Southeast, and National Capital regions. Most archeology- 
related jobs are in the Western and Southwest regions. 

Qualifications 

For GS-2: Six months of experience of a general nature in 
park operations or in related fields; or a high school 
diploma; or a high school equivalency certificate. 

For GS-3: One year of general experience in park operations 
and one season (at least 90 days) as a seasonal park ranger, 
GS-2, or at least 90 days of equivalent specialized experience 
gained in a similar work experience. Successful completion 
of one academic year of college study may be substituted for 
experience requirements if the course work included six 
semester hours of field-oriented natural science, social 
science, history, archeology, police science, park and recre- 
ation management, community outdoor recreation, dra- 
matic arts, or other disciplines related to park management. 

For GS-4: 18 months of general experience in park opera- 
tions or in related fields and one season (at least 90 days) as a 
seasonal park ranger, GS-3; or six months of equivalent spe- 
cialized experience gained in a similar work experience. Suc- 
cessful completion of at least two academic years of college 
study may be substituted for experience requirements if the 
course work included 12 semester hours of field-oriented 
natural science, social science, history, archeology, police 
science, park and recreation management, community out- 
door recreation, dramatic arts, or other disciplines related 
to park management. 

Additional Requirements for Seasonal Park Rangers: Must 
be at least 18 years old by May 13 to receive consideration 
for a summer job. (Positions that involve law enforcement or 
public safety duties generally are restricted to persons at 
least 21 years old.) Must be in excellent physical condition 
and may be required to have a valid driver's license. You 
should have vision correctable to 20/30 (Snellen) in each 
eye. However, if your vision is less than 20/30 in one eye, 



^ou can be considered if the other eye tests 20/20 with or 
without glasses. Some severe physical disabilities may dis- 
qualify an applicant if the condition would interfere with the 
performance of the job. 

How to Apply 

Contact any National Park Service regional office for a 
seasonal job application— Form 10-139 (not Form SF-171). 
To apply for a summer seasonal position, submit a com- 
pleted application between September 1 and (postmarked 
by) January 15 to: Seasonal Employment Unit, National 
Park Service, P.O. Box 37127, Room 2227, Washington, DC 
20013-7127. To apply for a winter seasonal position, submit 
a completed application between June 1 and (postmarked 
by) July 15 to the regional office or park area where you 
would like to work. For both summer and winter jobs, 
submit, with your application, a school transcript or listing 
of courses that you will have successfully completed by the 
expected date of employment. 



RECREATION AID/ ASSISTANT (LIFEGUARD) 
Grades: GS-3 through GS-6 

Duties 

Guards and manages beach and swimming areas and per- 
forms lifesaving and rescue work as needed for persons in 
rivers, lakes, and oceans. Positions are available at national 
recreation areas, seashores, and lakeshores, including: 
Assateague Island, Cape Cod, Cape Hatteras, Chickasaw, 
Coulee Dam, Delaware Water Gap, Fire Island, Gateway, 
Golden Gate, Gulf Islands, Lake Mead, Padre Island, 
Pictured Rocks, Point Reyes, and Sleeping Bear Dunes. 

Qualifications 

For GS-3: One year of general experience that has provided 
a general familiarity with the routines and procedures 
followed in one or more of the various types of work 
situations. Such situations have involved simple clerical, 
supply, or other work that has enabled applicant to demon- 
strate alertness, reliability, and an ability to deal with others. 

For GS-4: Must meet requirements of GS-3 level and 
demonstrate possession of one year of appropriate recrea- 
tion experience. 

For GS-5 and GS-6: For each grade above the GS-4 level, in 
addition to the general requirement for GS-3 level, one year 
of appropriate recreational experience is required. In addi- 
tion, one year of that experience must have been at a level of 
difficulty and responsibility comparable to that of the next 
lower grade level in the Federal Service. For all grade levels, 
the applicant's record must show that his or her experience 
has provided the ability to perform work at the level of the 
position to be filled. 



Additional Requirements: Must be at least 18 years old and 
possess a current American Red Cross Certificate in Stand- 
ard First Aid, a current Red Cross Life Saver's Certificate, 
or a Water Safety Instructor's Certificate. (Some seasonal 
park rangers perform lifesaving and rescue work as part of 
their overall duties, too. In these cases, applicants must 
meet the lifesaving and rescue qualifications required for 
seasonal lifeguard applicants.) Passing a performance test 
may also be necessary. 

How to Apply 

Contact any National Park Service regional office between 
September 1 and January 15. Regional offices will send 
required forms and instructions. 



SEASONAL ARCHITECT, LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT, 
or ENGINEER (mechanical, electrical, or civil) 
Grades: GS-5 and above 

Duties 

Performs professional duties in field surveys, planning, 
design, and construction. Most available positions are at the 
Denver Service Center, which is responsible for park plan- 
ning and facility design, major historic preservation, and 
construction activity throughout the National Park System, 
but work may be performed throughout the country. 

Qualifications 

For GS-5 and above: Applicants must be college graduates, 
graduate students, or faculty members, or possess equiva- 
lent experience in fields related to architecture or engineer- 
ing. A valid state driver's license is required. 

How to Apply 

Contact the Denver Service Center, National Park Service, 
Personnel Office, 12795 West Alameda Parkway, P.O. Box 
25287, Denver, CO 80225 for an application. Submit a 
completed application to the Denver Service Center be- 
tween December 1 and March 31. 



ARCHITECT, LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT, and ENGI- 
NEERING TECHNICIAN (mechanical, electrical, or civil) 
Grades: GS-4, GS-5 

Duties 

Assist professional architects, landscape architects, or engi- 
neers in the planning, design, or construction stage of 
development projects. Some jobs are located at the Denver 
Service Center, while others are at project sites throughout 
the country. 



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Qualifications 

For GS-4: IV2 years of general experience that provided 
knowledge helpful in developing skill in making measure- 
ments, using text instruments, computing, reading engineer- 
ing drawings or specifications, or performing other engi- 
neering technician work, and six months of specialized 
experience that provided knowledge of some of the princi- 
ples, methods, and techniques of engineering. Two years (60 
semester hours) of college-level education that included at 
least 18 semester hours in a combination of the following 
subjects may be substituted for experience requirements: 
engineering, engineering or industrial technology, construc- 
tion, drafting, surveying, physical sciences, or mathematics. 

For GS-5: Two years of general experience that provided 
knowledge helpful in developing skill in making measure- 
ments, using text instruments, computing, reading engineer- 
ing drawings or specifications, or performing other engi- 
neering technician work, and one year of specialized experi- 
ence that provided knowledge of some of the principles, 
methods, and techniques of engineering. Four years (120 
semester hours) of college-level education that included at 
least 36 semester hours in a combination of the following 
subjects may be substituted for experience requirements: 
engineering, engineering or industrial technology, construc- 
tion, drafting, surveying, physical sciences, or mathematics; 
or a bachelor's degree in an appropriate field of engineering, 
construction, or industrial technology may be substituted. 

How to Apply 

See: "Seasonal Architect, Landscape Architect, or Engineer". 



ARCHITECTURAL TECHNICIAN 
Grades: GS-4, GS-5, GS-7 

Duties 

Assists professional architectural staff in graphically docu- 
menting historic sites, structures, and technologies. Positions 
are located in Washington, D.C., and other sites throughout 
the country. 

Qualifications 

For GS-4: Two years of college study that includes 18 semester 
hours in architecture; or two years of general experience, 
including six months of specialized experience. 

For GS-5: Successful completion of a full five-year course of 
study at a college or university, leading to a bachelor's 
degree, with major study in architecture; or five years of 
experience. 



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For GS-7: Successful completion of one year of study towan 
a master's degree in the field of architecture at an accredite 
college or university: or six years of experience. 

How to Apply 

Contact National Park Service, Washington Personnel Op- 
erations Branch, Room 2328, P.O. Box 37127, Washington, 
DC 20013-7127 for an application. Submit completed appli- 
cations between January 1 and January 21. 



HISTORIAN 
Grades: GS-5, GS-7 

Duties 

Produces historical reports on specific sites and structures 
using primary and secondary sources. Researches, edits, and 
arranges historical data and photographic records. Positions 
are in Washington, D.C., and several regional offices. 

Qualifications 

For GS-5: Completion of course work for a bachelor's 
degree in American civilization, technological history, mate- 
rial culture, and/or historic preservation with one semester 
in architectural history. 

For GS-7: Must be currently working toward a master's or 
doctoral degree in history. 

How to Apply 

See: "Architectural Technician". 



SURVEYING TECHNICIAN 
Grades: GS-4, GS-5 

Duties 

Performs field survey team work at locations throughout the 
United States. Most jobs are at the Denver Service Center; 
some are located elsewhere. 

Qualifications 

For GS-4: 1% years of general experience that provided 
knowledge and training helpful in developing skill in using 
surveying instruments, taking measurements, making calcu- 
lations, compiling maps, and performing similar surveying 
work, and six months of specialized experience using survey- 
ing instruments and techniques. Two years (60 semester 
hours) of college-level education that included at least 12 
semester hours in a combination of the following subjects 
may be substituted for experience requirements: surveying, 
engineering, industrial technology, construction, physics, 
drafting, forestry, geography, navigation, cartography, phys- 
ical sciences, or mathematics. Education must have in- 
cluded a course in surveying. 



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"or GS-5: Two years of general experience that provided 
knowledge and training helpful in developing skill in using 
surveying instruments, taking measurements, making calcu- 
lations, compiling maps, and performing similar surveying 
work, and one year of specialized experience using survey- 
ing instruments and techniques. Four years (120 semester 
hours) of college-level education that included at least 24 
semester hours in a combination of the following subjects 
may be substituted for experience requirements: surveying, 
engineering, industrial technology, construction, physics, 
drafting, forestry, geography, navigation, cartography, phys- 
ical sciences, or mathematics; or a bachelor's degree in an 
appropriate field of surveying, engineering, construction, or 
industrial technology may be substituted. Education must 
have included a course in surveying. 

How to Apply 

See: "Seasonal Architect, Landscape Architect, or Engineer". 



SEASONAL CLERICAL 
Grades: GS-1, GS-2, GS-3, GS-4 

Duties 

Performs duties of receptionist, administrative clerk, clerk- 
typist, and office machine operator. Most job opportunities 
are at National Park Service headquarters in Washington, 
D.C., but the number of positions is small. A few opportuni- 
ties exist in parks and regional offices. 

Qualifications 

GS-1: No education or experience required. 

GS-2: High school graduate; or six months of experience. 

GS-3: One year of college; or one year of experience. 

GS-4: Two years of college; or two years of experience. 

How to Apply 

Submit a completed application Form SF-171 directly to the 
regional office or park office where you want to work. 
Applications are accepted according to the filing dates 
specified in the Office of Personnel Management's Summer 
Job Announcement No. 414. Typists and stenographers may 
provide proof that they have the required skills by submit- 
ting, with the application, a certificate of proficiency based 
on a performance test administered by: a public, parochial, 
or properly accredited private high school; a college or 
junior college; a school approved by the Veterans Adminis- 
tration for educating veterans and their dependents; or a 
state or local employment service office. There is no written 
test required for summer clerical jobs. 



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SEASONAL LABORER 
Grades: WG-2, WG-3 

Duties 

Performs unskilled outdoor work on trails and for forestry 
programs, and does a variety of other park maintenance 
activities and similar work in which physical labor must be 
performed. Most positions are available in the summer 
season. Wages are paid on an hourly basis according to 
prevailing wage rates. 

Qualifications 

For WG-2, WG-3: Excellent physical condition and the 

ability to perform the duties of the job. 

How to Apply 

Contact the regional office in the geographic area in which 
you want to work for an application and filing procedures. 



SEASONAL SKILLED TRADES AND CRAFTS 
Grades: WG-4 and above 

Duties 

Performs skilled and semi-skilled trades, including work of 
carpenter, mechanic, axeman, sawyer (woods worker), trail 
maintenance worker, motor vehicle operator, and other 
positions. Wages are paid on an hourly basis according to 
local prevailing wage rates. 

Qualifications 

For WG-4 and above: Helper or journeyman-level profi- 
ciency usually required. 

How to Apply 

Contact the area where you would like to work for applica- 
tion forms and filing procedures. 



SEASONAL FORESTRY TECHNICIAN 
Grades: GS-3 through GS-7 

Duties 

Serves as firefighter on Interagency Hotshot Fire Crews, 
which are hired by the National Park Service, Branch of Fire 
Management, Boise Interagency Fire Center in Boise, Idaho. 
Crews are stationed in various park areas throughout the 
country. 

How to Apply 

Contact National Park Service, Branch of Fire Management, 
3905 Vista Avenue, Boise, ID 83705 for application, filing 
instructions, and qualification requirements. Submit com- 
pleted application between September 1 and January 15. 



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ark Service Regional Offices 



'he addresses of the National Park Service's 10 regional 
offices are listed here. Also noted are the states included in 
each region. 



North Atlantic Region 

National Park Service 
15 State Street 
Boston, MA 02109 
(Connecticut, Maine, Mas- 
sachusetts, New Hampshire, 
New Jersey, New York, 
Rhode Island, Vermont) 

Mid- Atlantic Region 

National Park Service 
143 South Third Street 
Philadelphia, PA 19106 
(Pennsylvania, Maryland, 
West Virginia, Delaware, 
Virginia, excluding parks 
assigned to National Capital 
Region) 

National Capital Region 

National Park Service 
1100 Ohio Drive, SW 
Washington, D.C. 20242 
(Metropolitan area of Wash- 
ington, D.C, with some 
park areas in Maryland, Vir- 
ginia, and West Virginia) 

Southeast Region 

National Park Service 
Richard B. Russell Federal 

Building 
75 Spring Street, SW 
Atlanta, GA 30303 
(Alabama, Florida, Georgia, 
Kentucky, Mississippi, 
North Carolina, South 
Carolina, Tennessee, Puerto 
Rico, the Virgin Islands) 

Midwest Region 

National Park Service 
1709 Jackson Street 
Omaha, NE 68102 
(Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Kan- 
sas, Michigan, Minnesota, 
Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio, 
Wisconsin) 



Rocky Mountain Region 

National Park Service 
12795 West Alameda 
Parkway 
P.O. Box 25287 
Denver, CO 80225 
(Colorado, Montana, North 
Dakota, South Dakota, 
Utah, Wyoming) 

Southwest Region 

National Park Service 
P.O. Box 728 
Santa Fe,NM 87501 
(Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas, 
Oklahoma, New Mexico, 
northeast corner of Arizona) 

Western Region 

National Park Service 
450 Golden Gate Avenue 
Box 36063 

San Francisco, CA 94102 
(California, Nevada, most of 
Arizona, Hawaii) 

Pacific Northwest Region 

National Park Service 
83 South King Street 
Suite 212 

Seattle, WA 98104 
(Idaho, Oregon, Washington) 

Alaska Region 

National Park Service 
2525 Gambell Street 
Anchorage, AK 99503 
(Alaska national park areas) 



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Hotels, lodges, restaurants, stores, transportation services, 
marinas, and many other visitor facilities in National Park 
Service areas are operated by private companies and indi- 
viduals called park concessioners who recruit and hire their 
own employees. These are not Federal Government posi- 
tions. Concessioners usually pay the minimum wage set by 
the state in which their operation is located. Although some 
pay a small bonus at the end of the season, they do not pay 
or make arrangements for travel to and from the parks. 
Contact the National Park Service regional office that 
covers the geographic area in which you want to work or the 
park itself for names and addresses of concessioners. Write 
to the concessioner for job applications and information 
about concession jobs, salaries, and working and living 
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